Tom Kelly, INFAS member at University of New Hampshire, supported Emma Rotner as a summer INFAS fellow. A key part of her project was to interview members of INFAS to learn about the institutions in which they work, the projects they work on, and the value for them to be part of the INFAS network. Emma developed the first draft and Joanna Friesner, the INFAS Coordinator, worked with members to turn them into these two-page "Member Profiles".
The objectives of the Member Profiles are to introduce INFAS members and their activities; engage those currently in the network as well as others that may join; promote collaboration; inspire new conversations; share member experiences; demonstrate the value of working together across institutions, and to raise awareness of sustainability in agriculture and the food system: Social Sustainability, Environmental Sustainability, and Economic Sustainability.
We encourage and invite additional INFAS members to develop short member profiles highlighting their local project(s), their connection to INFAS, and the value to them, of being part of INFAS. If you would like to include your profile on this page, please send them to Joanna Friesner, INFAS Coordinator, as a word document, maximum of two pages. Pictures or illustrations are encouraged.